The day of the wedding of Liz and David finally arrived and it was lovely to meeting them again! A very happy and upbeat couple who choose Marlston House a gorgeous venue in Berkshire, very near to Newbury. The day started at Liz house for bridal preparations. Liz was incredibly calm and enjoying the hair and make up session and I was able to capture a few shots of Liz in her wedding dress before heading to the wedding venue to catch up with David and his family. David is one of 9 children and I had the opportunity to have a quick chat at some stage during the day with most of his siblings and parentsÂ and both families and their friends made me feel very welcome.
It was a lovely extended ceremony that included readings from variousÂ family membersÂ and friends and music also from close relatives. It was quite anÂ emotional moment for all involved but in particular for the newly married couple. It was refreshing to see them dedicating additional time for this extended ceremony and celebrate their union together to the sound of music and readings.
The weather was variable on the day with some rain, however we were able to capture some portraits outdoors which was nice.Â A lovely meal followed the drinks reception with speeches also after the meal. Liz and David choose a ceilidh for their evening entertainment and I really enjoy ceilidhs, they really make everyone get up and dance and have fun on the dance floor.Â It is also this variety that makes it rewarding to be a wedding photographer and no wedding or day is the same.
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Below are some of my favourite images from the day, please feel free to leave me and/or Liz and David a comment at the end. I hope that you enjoy these wedding photos! Access to the full gallery can be provided by David and Liz in a few days time. If you are looking for a Marlston House wedding photographer, I would love to hear from you!
Alexis, these images are amazing!! Thank you – Liz (the bride)